Lagos looks to the water to beat traffic gridlock
Idris Anjorin believes his life changed in 2009 when he turned up for work -- late as usual -- distracted and stressed after more than three hours stuck in Lagos traffic.
Petrol price and sustainable transportation-Part 1
The Nigerian economy has borne the huge burden of subsidy payments on petroleum products. Massive importation of light petroleum products (petrol, diesel, and kerosene) continues unabated because the national.....
How improved transport sector can accelerate national development, by Oyeyemi
Nigeria’s economic development goals may remain a mirage if planned efforts are not stepped up to drastically tackle infrastructure gap in the transport sector, Corps Marshal, Federal Road Safety Corps, Boboye Oyeyemi has said.